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GLa:d ireland courses for physiotherapists

Courses in 2023

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Saturday October 28th 2023

Registration for the next GLA:D course for physiotherapists is now open!

The in-person training day will be held at the University of Limerick on Saturday October 28th 2023 from 9.30 am to 5pm.

Places are limited. Sign up on Eventbrite.

Course Format

Courses will be delivered in a hybrid format with all theoretical content available online and practical components delivered face to face with GLA:D tutors over one day.

Participants will have at least 2 weeks to complete 7-8 hours of online materials before the practical day.

**Completion of these components is a requirement to attend the practical day. 

Course Fee: €320 per participant. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the latest research on the degenerative process associated with osteoarthritis.

  • Understand the latest knowledge and evidence on osteoarthritis management strategies.

  • How neuromuscular exercises can be used in the context of osteoarthritic changes.

  • How to assist individuals to implement the neuromuscular stability into their every day lives.

  • Processes for registering programme participants in the GLA:D® Ireland database.

  • How to implement the programme at a clinic, in a hospital, or in another appropriate setting.

To learn more about what the GLA:D programme involves, please click here.

To learn more about whether GLA:D is a good fit for your clinic and what is required to implement the programme, please click here.

Organise a Course

Interested in organising a course at your organisation or work setting? We can offer group training at a discounted price. Just get in touch with us for more information by emailing


GLA:D Ireland Course Attendee

“Practical component was excellent, deeply discussed the outcomes and treatment protocols. Highly recommend this course"
100% of physiotherapists agreed or strongly agreed that they were satisfied with the course.

GLA:D Ireland certified physiotherapist

"I think it gave patients a love for exercise and it showed them the benefits and gave them the tools to continue after the course, which was nice."
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